Hungarian Conservative

Gergely Dobozi

Gergely Dobozi

Gergely Dobozi is a commentator and editor holding a law degree from ELTE University. Currently he is a Research Fellow at Danube Institute and editor-in-chief at Hungarian Conservative Online. He began his career as a commentator at Mandiner in 2020 where he maintained the column titled 'Precedens' that covered and analysed developments in the world of law. As a fourth-year PhD student at the University of Public Service, his areas of expertise include state sovereignty, judicial activism, international and EU law.
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